Highland Wildlife ParkRZSS
OverviewEnjoy a great family day out in the Highlands Wildest Visitor Attraction. From Polar Bears and Snow leopards to Amur Tigers, Scottish wildcats and Capercaillie, discover Scottish wildlife and endangered animals of the world's mountains and tundra in a spectacular highland setting.
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Access Card NotesAccess Card holders with +1 Symbol are entitled to essential companions.
Only fully trained and accredited assistance dogs, who are assisting a visitor are permitted to enter the park. Please bring relevant proof of accreditation as this may be asked for on arrival. If you wish to bring an assistance dog to the park please inform a member of the Entrance Kiosk team when you arrive. Admission of assistance dogs are subject to the following regulations of the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquaria (BIAZA). These regulations state that: All registered assistance dogs must be up-to date with all inoculations Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times and under strict control Dogs must not be allowed to defecate anywhere in the park and any incidents should be cleared away by their owners. A dog exercise area is located at the Entrance kiosk and can be used at any time during your visit. If the behaviour of Park animals is affected by the presence of your dog please move away from the area to ensure the safety of our animals, visitors and your dog.
Disabled visitors are offered free admission for one accompanying carer when they pay the disabled ticket price. Documentary proof of disability includes: Blue badge Disability Benefit Award Letter /Personal Independence Payment (PIP)/ disability Living Allowance (DLA) or Attendance Allowance (AA) Documentary proof that you require the assistance of a carer should be shown at the Entrance Kiosk when you purchase your tickets. Documentary proof includes the following: Disability Benefit Award Letter /Personal Independence Payment (PIP)/ disability Living Allowance (DLA) or Attendance Allowance (AA) National Entitlement Card (displaying C+ symbol) Plus One card (Highland Council) Access Card (+1 symbol) Carer’s ID card